Voyage of the Wanderbird
Ecology Adventures
Meet Rick & Karen
Our Vessel
Great Food
Life On Board
Trip Schedule
What to Bring
How To Reach Us

Special feature: birdwatching!


What To Bring

The expression "If you don't like Maine weather wait a minute" is true, so pack a warm jacket and sweater as well as shorts and a bathing suit. Rubber-soled deck shoes are a must, as are sunglasses, sunscreen, and a hat that won't blow off. Don't forget your rain gear just in case. You might also like to bring binoculars, camera, musical instrument, wildlife guides, needlework, or a notebook.

Please remember that the WANDERBIRD is a traditional, informal vessel where comfort is the order of the day. Pack like you would for a camping trip, no ties or gowns required. Most people find they can pack all they need in one duffel bag.

· Soft "Duffel Bag" Type Luggage
· Comfortable, Casual Clothing (Layers Work Very Well)
· Simply Plan Accordingly for the Time of Year...
· Rubber Soled Shoes or Sneakers (For Beach Coming, Hiking, Relaxing)
· Shorts & Bathing Suit
· Warm Hat & Sweater
· Rain Gear (Just In Case)
· A Sun Hat - That Won't Blow Off
· Sun Screen & SPF Lip Balm
· Cameras, Batteries & Film
· Binoculars & Wildlife Guides
· Musical Instruments & Song Books
· Knitting, Needlework, Or A Sketch Book
· The Book That You Have Been Trying to Find Time to Read!
· Some stargazers enjoy sleeping on deck- they bring a sleeping bag.
· Bring A Hungry Sailor's Appetite!



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